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This quick to make Asian inspired dish incorporates easy to cook seasonal greens and the all popular nutritional powerhouse, quinoa.  Who would put asparagus, bok choy and micro greens together?  You would.  And, now your friends will believe you when you tell them salads aren't boring....

Bowls are back! (Did they every leave?) I dub bowls as "kitchen sink cooking". Autumn has arrived and let's take all the goodness the season has to offer and throw it in a bowl- whip up a tasty dressing and viola! Instant deliciousness that is interesting and nutritious!

Bowls are back! (Did they every leave?) I dub bowls as "kitchen sink cooking". Autumn has arrived and let's take all the goodness the season has to offer and throw it in a bowl- whip up a tasty dressing and viola! Instant deliciousness that is interesting and nutritious!

Yep, you read that right.  Bacos are vegan.  Do not confuse that with healthy, but if you don't have time to  make your own bac*n bits (that recipe coming soon!), grab the bottled version and enjoy this Thanksgiving staple again. 

With Mother's Day coming up, we are soon ushered into brunch season! Lots of wedding showers, graduation celebrations etc. on the calendar, and that means lots of eggs! But what if you are allergic to eggs, you are watching your cholesterol or fat intake or simply don't want to put them on your plat...

This kitchy cooking technique of beer can steaming your food doesn't stop with chicken! So, you've picked plants this time around, well, saddle up and stick that can of beer right in a head of nutrient dense and low-cal cabbage. Soon you'll have a beautifully beer-steamed bowl of tangy BBQ'd shredd...

Hey there, pumpkin, it's chilly outside so let's get cooking! This is a spin off of my famous Big Bold Chili, adding in pumpkin offers a little more depth and smoothness, but if you're not a punky fan, just omit it and you'll still be the star of the show with my original recipe. Over the years I ...

Now, how in the heck are you gonna create a manly burger that is vegan, soy free, oil free, and gluten free and still taste like it could be a contender in the Annual Neighborhood Summer Burger-Off?  Just.  Like.  This.   Enter, the Black Bean Burger with Carrots, Walnuts and Pepitas.

Eating black-eyed peas on New Year's Day is thought to bring prosperity. Why not encourage prosperous health by eating them all year long? Topped upon a bed of greens these gluten-free and vegan little cutlets usher in the year full of flavor and the promise of good health.

Bursting with texture, earthiness and color, this BOLD burger holds nothing back!

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